About the Book
My classroom always has a focus of integrating art projects together with the curriculum in as many ways possible. I hope this book helps those who are looking for ideas outside of the box and inspires others to be more creative within their classrooms. By transforming the classroom into a work of art itself, each student enters a world where their creativity and imagination over. Before long, they are mastering integrated skills without ever realizing it. It inspires them to learn more outside the classroom, which I believe it the ultimate goal of an educator.
Several of these projects can be used in the middle school level and some are adaptable for high school art classes!
58 pages full of 70 art ideas and projects.
Mission Statement: The Wilhelm Gustloff Museum is an online non-profit museum dedicated to exhibiting memorabilia of historical value for public viewing and research benefit. By promoting and displaying such artifacts, they are prevented from falling into private collections where their history will be forgotten and be lost to the world. In an effort to increase public awareness about the Wilhelm Gustloff, I am currently publishing a four-part book series on her. The first two books have been published, and I am currently working on the third. Book 1 - Construction to Maiden Voyage August 4th, 1938 - April 20th, 1938. Book 2 - Maiden Voyage April 21st, 1938 - May 6th, 1938. Book 3 - Voyages May 7th, 1938 - August 26th, 1939. Book 4 - WWII to Sinking September 1st, 1939 - January 30th, 1945. Book 5 - The E.S. Robert Ley March 29th, 1938 - April 1947 (Tentative Title)